A media not for all

  title={A media not for all},
  author={Shakuntala Rao and H. Wasserman},
  journal={Journalism Studies},
  pages={651 - 662}
This paper provides a comparative analysis between the media of India and South Africa, two emerging regional economic powerhouses and emerging democracies. The analysis is macro. The paper describes and analyzes media content and journalism practices in each country and how Indian and South African media have given limited attention to the deep divisions—centered around class, gender, race, and caste—which mark day-to-day life in each society. Consequently, we conclude, that delegative… Expand
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